Vicki Wheaton, Journalist
Vicki Wheaton, Journalist

Vicki Wheaton

Journalist

Pinnacle Media Group Ltd
PO Box 1365 GT
Grand Cayman KY1-1108

T: 345-815-0099
E: [email protected]

ARTICLES BY VICKI WHEATON

Put your spare change to good use

That jingling in your pockets or behind your couch cushions could be making a difference in someone’s life.

Power of the Purse lunch features Amanda Lindhout

Over the past few years, the Power of the Purse luncheon, held at The Ritz-Carlton, has featured some extraordinary guest speakers.

Red Sky At Night: Take Two!

It seemed that Mother Nature was determined to intervene on March 2, the original date of the annual Red Sky At Night arts fair. It was more like grey sky at night than rouge, hence organisers wisely decided to postpone proceedings.

Paint Cayman green for Saint Patrick

In case you had not heard, this is the weekend to celebrate the Emerald Isle with festivities, pints of Guinness and lots of live music. You do not have to be Irish to appreciate the craic, which will be apparent when you spy the melting pot of cultures joining in the fun.

Culture at the Cinema: ‘The Sleeping Beauty’

From Shakespeare to drama and now ballet, Culture at the Cinema continues to bring the best of the world’s stage to Cayman via the wonders of technology.

Walk in Her Shoes: Men step out to raise funds for Crisis Centre

One of the most entertaining evenings you can spend in Cayman is at Camana Bay for the “A Walk in Her Shoes” annual event.

PAWS Under the Stars at Grand Old House

It seems that Saturday is all about the animals. Cayman Animal Rescue Enthusiasts is holding its Dog Jog in the morning, and the Protection of Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) for the eastern districts is hosting its 8th Annual PAWS Under the Stars event that same evening.

Guiding the Way 2019

The annual event Guiding the Way, which raises awareness of Girlguiding in the Cayman Islands, is scheduled for this Saturday at Safehaven.

Off the Beaten Track ultra-marathon celebrates 10 years

Now that everyone has had a chance to recover from the Cayman Islands Marathon in December, it is time to set sights a little higher … or longer, as such.

Predicting the winners for Oscar night on Sunday

Better known these days as the Oscars rather than the Academy Awards, arguably the biggest night in film is happening this Sunday in the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, broadcast on ABC.

Triggerfish to launch at Royal Palms

There is a new party band in town and residents will get the first chance to hear them at Royal Palms this Saturday.

Culture at the Cinema: ‘I’m Not Running’

Culture at the Cinema has certainly been all about the Bard in the past year, so it is nice to see a shift in subject matter.

KAABOO Cayman 2019 set to rock the island’s world

The Cayman Islands is no stranger to international music acts, but previous concerts will pale in comparison to KAABOO, happening this Friday and Saturday.

Cabaret night mixes international and local performers

On Saturday night, music lovers were treated to a night of songs and banter from singers and musicians KT Sullivan, Natalie Douglas, Jon Weber, Marissa Mulder and Danny Bacher.

Coco Fest celebrates Cayman’s favorite drupe

It is no secret that one of the jewels of the Caribbean is the noble coconut. This bountiful fruit or drupe, as it is officially classed, is the raw beginning of so many natural things such as coconut water, milk, fresh coconut and coconut oil.

Lots of love in the air for Valentine’s Day

You’ve probably already noticed the swath of red on supermarket shelves, marking the month for lovers. Feb. 14 is Valentine’s Day and much like other popular dates on the calendar, being prepared in advance is the key to survival.

Calling all thespians for ‘Into the Woods’ auditions

Have you always wanted to tread the boards? Does the idea of being in the spotlight draw you like a moth to the flame? Then perhaps now is the time to audition for one of the Cayman Drama Society’s blockbuster musicals.

Broadway is back! Cayman Arts Festival hails return of New York Cabaret Night

The Cayman Arts Festival is known for bringing extraordinary talents to the Cayman Islands for its annual events.

Super Bowl matches Patriots and Rams

Multiple bars along West Bay Road such as Legendz, Lone Star, PD’s and Coconut Joe’s will definitely be airing the Super Bowl, with Salty’s in Grand Harbour taking full advantage of its multiple TVs.

A whole lotta ‘Hatitude’ goin’ on!

Time to don your fanciest chapeau and head to Grand Old House for the annual Hatitude brunch, being held on Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
- Advertisement -

MORE NEWS FROM THIS WEEK